AWF is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to educating, inspiring, and assisting individuals and organizations to value, conserve, enhance, manage, and protect wildlife and wildlife habitat.
The AWF is an all-volunteer, statewide
association of people interested in the
and future well-being of
These conservationists believe
our wildlife heritage should not be
by any activity that fails to ensure its
long-term health and
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What are Public Lands?
What's the difference between a national park, national forest and national monument? What about national wildlife refuges, national historic sites or national conservation areas?
US Department of Interior Explains Public Lands
Opinions about Public Land Transfer
AZ County Opposes Transfer of Americas Public Lands to State
LTE from Tom Mackin,
AWF Region 2 Director/AWF Past President
Arizona Daily Sun Ė Public lands not for highest bidder
April 24, 2016
LTE from Bob Vahle, AWF Region 1 Director
Payson Roundup Letter to the Editor -
April 22, 2016
The Arizona Wildlife Federation
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April 7-9, 2017 BOW Registration is now open. Print your registration here
BOW April 2017 Registration Packet
Free Entrance Days for Public Lands - 2017 Take in the great scenery of our natural landscapes, learn about our nationís rich history, and enjoy the great outdoors -- our nationís public lands have so much to offer! Every year, the Interior Department and other land-management agencies make it easier to visit these special places by offering free admission to the public lands that charge an entrance fee. Check out the dates https://www.doi.gov/blog/free-entrance-days-public-lands-2017 for a list of the public lands that are free, and start planning your trip today!